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Books (2)
Prideaux, Bruce R. and Carson, Dean B. (2010). Drive Tourism. (1 ed.) Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group. 39  
Robinson, Gary W., Johnstone, Kim M., Bell, Lauren E., McTurk, Nicholas J., Carson, Dean B. and Taylor, Andrew (2010). Population and Data Sources for the Tiwi Islands. (1 ed.) Darwin Australia: Charles Darwin University Press (CDU Press). 63  
Book Chapters (2)
(2010). Whose sporting city is it?. In Carson, Dean B., Campbell, Suzanne, Schmallegger, Doris A. and Martel, Catherine C.(Ed.), Whose city is it? A Thinking Guide to Darwin. Darwin, NT: . (pp. 31-33). 16  
Carson, Dean B. and Bailie, Ross S. (2004). Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities: Issues and Strategies. In Cromar, N, Cameron, S and Fallowfield, H(Ed.), Environmental Health in Australia and New Zealand. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press. (pp. 410-435). 82 1
Journal Articles (8)
Carson, Dean B., Bird, Deanne, Bell, Lauren E. and Yuhun, Pawinee (2014). Migration as an adaptation to climate change for remote Indigenous communities: What might we expect?. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(6):1-8. 113 268
Carson, Dean B., Carson, Doris A. and Henderson, Alice (2014). Mobilising labour in remote 'boom' towns for economic diversification: the case of Tennant Creek. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(5):1-14. 115 98
Taylor, Andrew, Carson, Dean B. and Carson, Doris (2014). 'Walkabout Tourism' - Is there an Indigenous tourism market in Outback Australia?<br />. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(8):1-12. 132 286
Carson, Dean B., Brokensha, Huw and Taylor, Andrew (2014). More or Less?: Implications from changes to statistical geographies for 'local' demographic research in the NT<br />. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(10):1-9. 55 47
Zander, Kerstin K., Taylor, Andrew and Carson, Dean B. (2012). Temporary Indigenous mobility in the Northern Territory : What has changed between 2006 and 2011?. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(9):1-6. 70 163
Carson, Dean B., Carson, Doris A., Cartan, Greg and Vilkinas, Tricia (2012). Saving Alice Springs tourism : Why it will never 'bounce back' - but might leap forward. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(5):1-7. 73 39
Carson, Dean B. and Zander, Kerstin K. (2012). When Census night is not a 'usual' night : Comparing place of enumeration and place of usual residence for Indigenous people in the Northern Territory using 2006 and 2011 Census. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(6):1-11. 73 167
Carson, Dean B. and Taylor, Andrew (2012). The Northern Territory's non-resident workforce. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(4):1-9. 50 187
Conference Papers (4)
Kirchhofer, Birgit, Carson, Dean B. and Fassbender, Eric (2011). Can new media technologies give remote tourism a second life? Insights from the aboriginal arts tourism sector in Australia's Northern Territory. In: 2011 Conference on Social Media in Hospitality and Tourism, Verona, Italy, 21-22 October 2011. 56  
Taylor, Andrew and Carson, Dean B. (2007). Economic development for remote communities &ndash; can 4WD tourism help?. In: Vasilopolous, M. and Papanikos, G. 3rd International Conference on Tourism, Athens, Greece, 5-8 July 2007. 64 1
Schmallegger, Doris A. and Carson, Dean B. (2007). Reaching the independent traveller: product distribution issues for Aboriginal tourism enterprises in remote Australia. In: Vasilopolous, M. and Papanikos, G. 3rd International Conference on Tourism, Athens, Greece, 5-8 July 2007. 71 1
Carson, Dean B. and Taylor, Andrew (2006). Charge of the Might Brigade: Four Wheel Drive Tourism in Desert Australia. In: Stafford-Smith, M. and McAlister, R. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase, Alice Springs, 1-3 November 2006. 74 1